Contact info for the Minnesota SRTS Resource Center.
The Minnesota Safe Routes to School brand is a community asset and can be used by anyone who wants to use the materials for their local programs, to increase awareness of SRTS and participation in walking and biking to school and in the community.
Minnesota SRTS is here to help you start or grow your SRTS program. Are you interested in SRTS and would like to learn more from a local expert? Or looking for materials to host an event in your school? Presentations can be given on their own or as part of a group's meeting agenda. Presentations will be adapted to the audience and timeframe of your choosing. Availability of materials will vary throughout the year.
Minnesota SRTS would not be possible without the support and hard work of partners across Minnesota. Here is a list of partners supporting the resource center and working on SRTS across the state.
In 2012, MnDOT created the SRTS Steering Committee to guide the work of MnDOT staff. The SRTS Steering Committee includes 27 active members representing cities and counties, regional planning organizations, non-profit organizations, educators, and health professionals.